$TAN Los Angeles Times has discovered that Solar Panels could "contaminate groundwater with toxic heavy metals such as lead, selenium and cadmium."
People think solar panels protect the environment but they require 300+ times as much land as conventional energy sources and now the Los Angeles Times has discovered that they could "contaminate groundwater with toxic heavy metals such as lead, selenium and cadmium." pic.twitter.com/SlfDj54n8T— Michael Shellenberger (@shellenberger) July 18, 2022
The BBB Being shot down by Sen. Manchen, so $TAN taking on the chin, but this will be a good long term by here soon. Jmo
Might add back at $76
Yep swung out on this, booked profit onto the next
Don't you mean support?
Thanks for the note. Member marked you too. I do not have PM. Talk to you later.
Thank you, and thanks for the extremely quick reply.
I am no professional but a friend of mine told me about this one. I think solar will become more and more popular in the years to come so I am holding this as an investment that I will possibly trade around. I like it so far! Not sure about the valuation but I like the long term potential.
Time To Buy The Dip In Solars?
Mar. 13, 2015 2:04 AM ET | by Travis McPherson | includes: csiq, fslr, spwr, tsl, tan
Solars are easily the best performing sector of 2015. Here are just a few of the percentage gains we have seen among solar stocks in 2015:
During the past week solars have fallen along with the broader equity market pullback. I believe we are approaching an opportunity to get into this leadership sector before it launches into its next leg higher:
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Two weeks ago TAN had a high volume breakout from a 12-month downtrending channel and ran into an area of supply dating back to last summer. A typical scenario would call for a 3-4 week sideways-to-lower consolidation on lighter volume before the next leg higher begins. The green oval looks to be a solid long entry point.
Solars have been hot during the first couple of months of 2015. Investors would be lucky to get a 3-4 pause that refreshes before this sector launches into its next big rally which could see share prices rise 50%+ just to get back to their 2010 highs.
The fundamental reason for solar's recent rally, China's push to clean up its air quality and environment, probably isn't going away anytime soon. A quote from a recent Jefferies research report on Solar:
"We believe the campaign to clean up China's environment could become as intense as the anti-corruption campaign….Obvious beneficiaries are wind, solar, gas distributors, nuclear and environment services sector."
Yeah, glad I got my fill in the $27 area still holding with my solar longs. TAN is the sheet
TAN's SUNEDISON = Great Earnings & BIG Financing News
Yeah, up nicely, then a little dip today. This is a solid long term hold. I'm still hoping to see $45 soon!
First Solar, Inc. today announced financial results for the third quarter of 2013. Net sales were $1.3 billion in the quarter, an increase of $746 million from the prior quarter and an increase of $427 million from the third quarter of 2012.
Hanergy Solar Group announces 19MW solar PV project in the U.S.
Hanergy Solar Group comprises over 6% TAN holdings
NYSE Euronext (NYX) today announced the launch of the first global solar energy index ETF the Claymore/MAC Global Solar Energy Index ETF on NYSE Arca. As an industry leader in ETF and ETN listings and trading, exchange traded products listed on NYSE Arca represent 56% of ETF and ETN assets under management in the U.S., nearly $609 billion, the most of any exchange.
The Claymore/MAC Global Solar Energy Index ETF, which trades under the ticker symbol TAN, is designed to track approximately 25 companies within the following business segments of the solar power industry: equipment producers, suppliers of materials or services, installation, integration or finance, and companies that specialize in selling electricity.
The following NYSE-listed companies are included in the Claymore/MAC Global Solar Energy Index: MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. (NYSE: WFR), Suntech Power Holdings Co Ltd (NYSE:STP), LDK Solar Co Ltd (NYSE: LDK), Yingli Green Energy (NYSE:YGE), Trina Solar Ltd. (NYSE:TSL).,
As the first fully electronic platform to utilize designated liquidity providers, NYSE Arca sets the national best bid and offer nearly 85% of the time, leading all U.S. exchanges. NYSE Arca remains an established leader in the ETF and ETN market place offering investors some of the industry’s fastest and most innovative trading tools to access liquidity. Including today’s listings, NYSE Arca has 252 primary ETF and 43 ETN listings and trades all other eligible ETFs on a UTP basis. In 2007, NYSE Arca added 122 new ETFs and ETNs to its roster of primary listings, including a record 101 IPOs. For 2007, NYSE Arca was the primary listing exchange of choice with a total of 261 ETFs and ETNs listed.
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